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A North Carolina man agreed to pay the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources more than $5,300 in restitution and fees after pleading guilty to federal charges of illegally killing and transporting wildlife from Kentucky. Stories

Convicted Poacher Receives Worldwide Hunting Ban

by Kentucky Fish and Wildlife

A North Carolina man agreed to pay the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources more...

Remember when mom, or whoever cooked your Thanksgiving turkey, worried that the 24-pounder might not feed the army of relatives coming to feast? It leaves one wondering about the heaviest bird ever killed. Stories

Cooking A Huge Turkey? Check Out These Big Birds

Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

Remember when mom, or whoever cooked your Thanksgiving turkey, worried that the 24-pounder...

The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is sponsoring an art contest for the 2011 design for the state's upland game bird stamp. This is the third in the Encore Edition after reinstating the use of original artwork for the stamps image in 2009. Stories

DFG Invites Artists to Enter 2011 California Upland Bird Game Stamp Competition

The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is sponsoring an art contest for the 2011...

Now established in Florida waters with no natural predators, rapidly growing population steals space and food resources from domestic species like grouper and snapper as well as eating native juvenile fish. Stories

Dive Derbies Taking Out Invasive Lionfish

by Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

Now established in Florida waters with no natural predators, rapidly growing population steals...

Divers have found what appears to be a live adult quagga mussel in Sand Hollow Reservoir. The reservoir is about eight miles southwest of Hurricane in southern Utah. Stories

Divers Discover Mature Quagga Mussel in Utah Reservoir

Divers have found what appears to be a live adult quagga mussel in Sand Hollow Reservoir. The...

Domestic cats and dogs kill and maim more than a billion birds and mammals in The United States every year. And despite several studies outlining the wanton destruction our pets inflict on indigenous species year round, frustrated outdoorsmen, farmers, educators and environmentalists have few choices in some states to remedy the problem legally. Stories

Dirty Dogs

Don Mulligan, OutdoorChannel.com

Domestic cats and dogs kill and maim more than a billion birds and mammals in The United...

When Andy Sturdivan guided disabled hunters during a special deer hunt years ago, he never considered that one day his role would be reversed. But that's what happened when he participated in an event put on by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Smithville Lake recently. Stories

Disabled deer hunters get their shot

Brent Frazee, McClatchy Newspapers

When Andy Sturdivan guided disabled hunters during a special deer hunt years ago, he never...

The year 1999 probably wasn't one many hunters considered significant from a deer management perspective, but it sure was to me.  It was the first year on record that more antlerless deer were harvested nationwide than antlered bucks. Stories

Doe Management Dilemmas

Brian Murphy, QDMA

The year 1999 probably wasn't one many hunters considered significant from a deer management...

Boat ramps are like security checkpoints at airports: Nobody wants to wait in that line.
Stories

Don't Be That Guy

Mark Zona, OutdoorChannel.com

Boat ramps are like security checkpoints at airports: Nobody wants to wait in that line.

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